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Cut and pasted Mike Preston's take on Stanley at OTA:


Mike Preston’s Ravens observations on Ronnie Stanley looking good, Lamar Jackson’s weight and more | COMMENTARY

Ravens running back Derrick Henry works out during Wednesday's practice in Owings Mills. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Ravens running back Derrick Henry works out during Wednesday’s practice in Owings Mills. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
PUBLISHED: May 22, 2024 at 5:08 p.m. | UPDATED: May 23, 2024 at 11:51 a.m.

"The Ravens had an unusual player participate in practice Wednesday during voluntary organized team activities, and there will be no complaints from the coaching staff.

Ninth-year offensive lineman Ronnie Stanley, the starting left tackle, had a full team workout — and he was impressive. The 6-foot-6, 315-pound Stanley looked thick in his arms and upper body, and his legs were just as impressive, not as skinny as a year ago.

The Ravens and Stanley agreed to a reworked contract March 13 before the 2016 first-round draft pick was expected to make $15 million this season. He missed four games last year because of knee injuries and has struggled to regain his Pro Bowl form since suffering a major ankle injury three years ago.

Stanley has seldom participated in voluntary practices, but his presence might be an indication of how much this team is motivated after losing at home, 17-10, to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC championship game.

Stanley performed well on Wednesday and showed good lateral movement."


This would be huge if he's back to what he used to be or close to it.
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